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  • 1977 Steadicam Garrett W. Brown T-Shirt

    $34.00

    In 1974, Garrett Brown applied for a patent for a camera stabilization system. “Equipment for use with hand-held motion picture and video cameras comprises a pair of interconnected spring loaded arms, one end of which is pivotally supported by a carrying brace worn by a cameraman and the other end of which is connected to a handle positioned to mount the camera equipment at approximately the center of the moment of inertia.”

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  • 1928 B&H Vintage Cinema Camera T-Shirt

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    Vintage patent design featuring a Plural Lens Adjusting Means by A.S. Howell for the Bell & Howell camera company from 1928. Show your cinema history knowledge and pay homage to the forefathers of Cinema History.

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  • 1897 Edison Vintage Cinema Camera T-Shirt

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    Vintage camera featuring Thomas Alva Edison invention of the Kinetographic Camera from 1897. Show off your Cinema History knowledge!

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  • 1932 Mitchell Cinema Camera Gear T-Shirt

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    Vintage patent for a Film Movement Mechanism by G. A. Mitchell for the Mitchell Camera company in 1932. Very cool design showing you how it all began. Film fans and tech lovers will really enjoy this shirt.

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  • 1938 Bell & Howell Eyemo Vintage Film Camera T-Shirt

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    Historic Vintage patent for the Bell & Howell Eyemo Camera by T.J. Walsh from 1938. Show your Cinema History knowledge.

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  • 1935 Method for Animated Features T-Shirt

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    In 1937 R. MoS. Freil filed for a Method for Producing Animated Pictures. Mr. Freil notes, “The present invention relates to an improved method for the production of animated pictures, such as animated cartoons used in producing motion pictures, or used by insertion in motion pictures. One of the objects of my invention is to provide a method by means of which an animated picture may be made in a very much shorter length of time and with much less labor than is required by any known process.”

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  • 1919 Akeley Vintage Cinema Camera T-Shirt

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    Vintage patent design featuring a Finder For Moving Picture Cameras by C.E Akeley for the Akeley Camera company from 1919. Show your cinema history knowledge and pay homage to the forefathers of Cinema History.

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  • 1955 Color Television Method Design T-Shirt

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    H.B. Law for RCA in 1952, Method of Making Color-Television Screens. This invention relates to color-kinescopes and other cathode-ray tubes of the kind employing a ray-sensitive screen or target of the repetitive or mosaic variety.

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  • 1947 Gyroscopically Stabilized Camera Boom T-Shirt

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    In 1947, E. Furer et al for Producers Service Company, soon to become Photo-Sonics (1949), invented this Gyro Camera boom. He states, “Our invention relates to the field of automatically positioned devices, and more particularly to a mobile, gyroscopically stabilized, camera boom that may be used in supporting a cinematographic camera in a predetermined plane regardless of the position occupied by the supporting vehicle.”

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  • 1927 Mitchell Mounting Head for Cinema Camera T-Shirt

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    George A Mitchell for the Mitchell Camera Company. This is a patent of the Original Mitchell Head Mount for Cinema Cameras. This patent was filed December 14, 1927 and this style is still in use today! Be a part of Cinema History.

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  • 1926 Technicolor 3 Strip Color Pictures Process T-Shirt

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    Vintage and Unique Technicolor 3 color process from 1926 by J.A. Ball. The Method of Making Composite Color Pictures.

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  • 1908 Vintage Magnetic Audio Recording Instrument T-shirt

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    J.C. Sherman in 1908, a patent for Instruments for Magnetically Recording Sound Vibrations. This invention relates to instruments by which articulate speech and other sounds are recorded by producing in a-record element varying degrees of magnetization corresponding to the sound vibrations.

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  • 1949 Magnetic Recorder Vintage T-Shirt

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    In 1949, C. N. Hickman invented a magnetic recorder. The present invention relates to electromagnetic apparatus, and more particularly to an apparatus for either recording or reading data across an elongated magnetizable element instead of lengthwise thereof.

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  • 1959 Apparatus for Editing Television Video Tape T-Shirt

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    In 1959, A . Lohmann and crew invented a Method of and Apparatus for Editing Single-Tape Television Recordings for Siemens in Germany.

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